Audiences and Bollywood celebrities have been praising Saand Ki Aankh's trailer since it was dropped. The Bhumi Pednekar and Taapsee Pannu starrer is based on the true story of two women, Chandro and Prakashi Tomar, who learnt sharp shooting after the age of 60. However, some are questioning the filmmakers' decision of casting two young actresses instead of choosing actresses who are closer to Chandro and Prakashi Tomar in age. Neena & Rangoli Question Why Saand Ki Aankh Did Not Cast Older Actresses Veteran actress Neena Gupta also raised the pertinent question on her social media platform by writing that filmmakers should atleast cast actors like her when there are age appropriate roles. Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel had already been slamming the makers of Saand Ki Aankh for allegedly using the values of feminism to make anti-feminist decisions. She replied to Neena's comment by stating that Kangana had been offered the role but she denied it precisely for the reasons … [Read more...] about Rangoli Chandel’s Attacks On Taapsee Pannu Over Saand Ki Aankh Hits A NEW LOW; Netizens SLAM Her
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The report from the Commerce Department on Friday pointed to a moderate pace of consumer spending that probably remains sufficient to offset some of the drag on the economy from a downturn in the industrial sector."Consumers are easing off their spendthrift ways from the second quarter and are adopting more prudent attitudes, perhaps still nervous over trade tensions and the slowing of hiring -though that still remains robust," said Robert Frick, corporate economist at Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Virginia."Should these trends continue we will be facing a not-so-merry holiday shopping season."Retail sales increased 0.3% last month, lifted by motor vehicle purchases and higher gasoline prices, reversing September's unrevised 0.3% drop, which was the first decline in seven months. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast retail sales gaining 0.2% in October.Compared to October last year, retail sales advanced 3.1%.Excluding automobiles, gasoline, building materials and food … [Read more...] about US retail sales rebound; manufacturing output tumbles
Ho Chi Minh City children are exposed to life-threatening risks when they eat food and candy of doubtful origin in school canteens, which a doctor warns can cause strokes. City school canteens now sell food items favored by children at cheap prices, including popping candies, coconut jelly, spiced rice paper, soft drinks, iced colored syrup, and dried squids. The kids eat their favorite snacks, which can be bought at VND2,000-5,000 (9-24 US cents), without knowing where and how they were made or whether they meet food safety standards. A canteen staff member at a school revealed kids are currently crazy about stick-shaped dried squids spiced with chilli powder and sugar, and a kind of sour crushed popping candy made of sugar and dried fruit-like particles. Tuoi Tre has discovered that the Vietnamese labels put on the packets of these foods contain insufficient information on its origin and maker. As a result, health problems have arisen. Recently a parent reported that her child … [Read more...] about Canteen food jeopardizes Ho Chi Minh City children’s lives
New Delhi: On many levels 2019 can be considered as a year of positive developments and synchronisation for India's evolving electric vehicle industry. Throughout the year, the growth mode of industry kept multiplying with each passing day, be it in terms of government support and policies, influx of investments, introduction of new business or regulations.The year began with bang for EV players with the government's approval for Rs 10,000-crore programme under the FAME-II scheme for promotion of electric and hybrid vehicles in the month of February. The scheme, which came into effect on 1st April 2019, is aimed to encourage faster adoption of electric and hybrid vehicles by way of offering upfront incentive on purchase of electric vehicles and also by way of establishing necessary charging infrastructure for EV. Till November, close to 285,000 buyers of electric and hybrid vehicles have benefitted from the subsidies provided under the FAME-India program to the tune of Rs 3.6 billion, … [Read more...] about Was 2019 a year of cheer for electric vehicle industry in India?
'You give me a feeling I can't even put in words.' Stuck in a similar situation? Well, here's Bollywood at your service then! There's nothing better than mushy lines when it comes to the matters of the heart. Truly, Bollywood is a lot more than just as showreel to us! It's given us lovey-dovey dialogues which are eternal and reflect the essence of romance. With the Valentine's day inching closer, we bring you some of the best romantic lines from our filmy word which made our hearts go squishy and fall in love with love all over again. Pakeezah "Aapke paon dekhe, bahut haseen hai. Inhe zameen par mat utariyega, maile ho jayenge." Mughal-E-Azam "Taqdeerein badal jaati hai, zamana badal jaata hai, mulkon ki tarikh badal jaati hai, Shahenshah badal jaate hain...magar is badalti hui duniya mein mohabbat jis insaan ka daaman thaam leti hai ... woh insaan nahi badalta." Aradhana "Ek chota sa zakhm bahut gehra daag ban sakta hai...aur ek choti si mulaqat jeevan bhar ka saath ban sakti hai." … [Read more...] about Valentine’s Day Special: Best Bollywood Romantic Dialogues Which Redefined Love!